Anything related to immigration and integration policies in Denmark is highly charged politically. This also goes for the latest OECD report on labour market integration of immigrants and their descendants.
According to one interpretation, Denmark is criticised for having the widest gap between the labour market participation frequencies of Danes and immigrants. According to another interpretation, Denmark is lauded for addressing the problem of labour market participation.
- The homepage of the OECD project: The labour market integration of immigrants and their children: a series of OECD country reviews
- The report (pdf, in English): The Labour Market Integration of Immigrants in Denmark (OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No. 50)